The Sheraton Atlanta Hotel is located walking distance from the best Atlanta attractions. Business travelers are blocks from the Georgia World Congress Center, where they can network with people from around the world. History buffs connect to closeby Atlanta landmarks commemorating the rich, important past of the Southern United States, with sites to see such as the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Around the corner, spend some time reflecting at Centennial Olympic Park, the heart of the city commemorating the 1996 Olympic Games hosted in Atlanta. Just steps away is the Philips Arena, home to multiple sports teams and site of daily concerts and events.
The Georgia Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the Western hemisphere, with more than a hundred thousand animals showcasing 500 species on the planet. Less tha 1 Mile from the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, the aquarium is home to many fascinating creatures such as beluga whales, bottlenose dolphins, and whale sharks.
World of Coca-Cola
Explore the history of the world's favorite soft drink at the World of Coca-Cola located around the corner from the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel at Pemberton Place. From an interactive 4D movie to a tasting room with Coke's drinks from all over the world, the World of Coke is a must-see attraction for families and foodies alike.
Centennial Olympic Park
Venture around the corner from the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, where the heart of Atlanta lies: the famed Centennial Olympic Park, a landmark from city's 1996 Olympic Games. The 21-acre park is free to all and frequently hosts community events.
Visit SkyView Atlanta, Atlanta's ferris wheel, located five blocks from the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel. This new addition to downtown is a popular destination for families looking for things to do in Atlanta. Overlooking Centennial Olympic Park, the ferris wheel offers beautiful view of the city.
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site features a collection of buildings in Atlanta that recreate the story of Dr. King's incredible journey as a progressive force in the civil rights movement. When you stay at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, you will have convenient access to the center, located six minutes away by car.
National Center for Civil & Human Rights
The National Center for Civil & Human Rights is one of the top attractions in downtown Atlanta. Documenting the history of the civil rights movement in an engaging and thoughtful way, the center prides itself on promoting a "safe space" for visitors to participate in an ongoing dialogue about the quest for fundamental human rights.
Explore the collection of local markets and unique finds at AmericasMart Atlanta, located three blocks from the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel. Hosting events throughout the year to showcase home furnishings, gift, and holiday markets, there is something for everyone at the Mart.
Entertainment & Convention Venues
Since 1999, Philips Arena has served as a dual-sport, multi-purpose facility for Atlanta area sports teams and concerts. Less than a mile from the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, the arena is one of the best sports and concert venues in downtown Atlanta.
Georgia World Congress Center
The Georgia World Congress Center hosts over a million visitors each year who travel to Atlanta for conventions and exhibitions in the center's 3.9 million ft² space. The Sheraton Atlanta Hotel is conveniently located a few blocks from the convention, making it an accessible hotel to the Congress Center and a popular place to stay among convention attendees.